South Carolina Association of School Psychologists

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  • 05 Jul 2021 9:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Employer Name Florence One Schools School Psychologist
    Description of the position: Assesses difficulties of referred students through appropriate testing and diagnostic practices.
    Helps identify within the school all types of exceptional children.
    Maintains case records on all referred students.
    When qualified and time permits, consults with school staff about children whose diagnosed problems would benefit from behavior modification.
    Confers with teachers and parents whenever necessary.
    Consults on educational needs of children who are experiencing difficulties learning.
    Attends placement meetings of individual students, contributing to the conference an interpretation of the psychological evaluation.
    Participates in on-going screening process to help identify “at-risk” students within the school.
    Interprets the school psychological services to teachers and parents.
    Cooperates with personnel of community agencies.
    Participates in annual SEARCH for early identification of handicapped children.
    Attends staff, professional, and inter-agency meetings.
    Assists with in-service training of school personnel.
    Conducts appropriate research when time permits and it is requested.
    Keeps abreast of new developments in the field.
    Other duties as requested.
    Type of position Full-time
    Job Description
    Contact person for job posting: Brian Denny
    Phone Number (843) 673-1161

  • 04 Jul 2021 5:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Employer Name Aiken County School District
    Description of the position: The Aiken County Public School District (ACPSD), currently has full-time openings for school psychologists or school psychology interns. Our K-12 district has more than 24,000 students and 42 schools. ACPSD offers a diverse, expanding portfolio of options—including neighborhood, charter, magnet, and Language Immersion schools. School psychologists play a critical role in supporting students and families in ACPSD. School Psychologists typically have a 2 school assignment, which allows them to engage in both prevention and intervention. We offer a competitive starting salary and full benefits. We also offer a stipend to interns. Please go to to apply for a position or contact Elizabeth McClearen at for more information.

    We are working to implement a multi-tiered system of supports and our school psychologists are integral to our efforts for school improvement. We value your expertise and provide plenty of support to early career school psychologists. Our school psychologists have leadership opportunities and can engage in a variety of special projects whether it be related to Autism, preschool services, behavior interventions, or alternative schools.

    Pre-doctoral and post-doctoral supervision by licensed psychologists may also be available for those who will be seeking licensure as a psychologist through their state's Department of Occupational and Professional Licensing. In addition, BCBA supervision may also available.

    Master's or Specialist degree in school psychology and eligibility for licensure as a school psychologist by the South Carolina State Office of Education.  School psychology interns must be enrolled in a Master's or Specialist's Degree graduate program in school psychology and authorized by their university to complete an internship.
    Type of position Full-time
    Job Description
    Contact person for job posting: Elizabeth McClearen
    Phone Number (803) 641-2428 ext 12333

  • 14 Jun 2021 4:26 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Employer Name Lexington County School District One
    Description of the position: School Psychologist
    Type of position Full-time
    Job Description Psychologist.pdf
    Contact person for job posting: Susan Womack
    Phone Number (803) 821-1141

  • 12 Jun 2021 12:04 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Employer Name All In Educational Services
    Description of the position: Looking for a Certified School Psychologist to provide services within schools in the Charleston area-

    Typical duties include:

    Participation in evaluation planning, eligibility, and re-evaluation meetings
    Psychoeducational evaluations and report writing
    Sharing evaluation results to IEP and making recommendations
    Consultation with teachers and parents
    Developing Behavior Intervention Plans
    Knowledge of Enrich is a plus.

    Contact: or 843-812-0979

    Type of position Full-time
    Job Description
    Contact person for job posting: Bryan Merrick
    Phone Number (843-812-0979)

  • 12 Jun 2021 12:03 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Employer Name School Psychologist and Intern positions at Beaufort County School District
    Description of the position: Beaufort County School District is seeking applicants for school psychologist and intern positions for the 21-22 school year. School psychologists are assigned to 2 schools, are provided support and mentoring by the lead school psychologist and supervised by the Director of Special Education. Interns are afforded all the same opportunities as school psychologists along with strong supervision weekly. School psychologists and interns are under a 190 day contract. Come work in the lowcountry close to the beach!
    Apply here!
    Type of position Full-time
    Job Description
    Contact person for job posting: Kristin Anderson
    Phone Number (843) 8364781

  • 05 Jun 2021 10:41 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Employer Name Clover School District
    Description of the position: After this crazy year, come to the Lake!
    With the goal of a 1:1 school psychologist to school ratio, we're adding new positions for next school year!
    Clover School District in Upstate South Carolina is hiring several additional school psychologists for the 2021-2022 school year. Below you'll find some additional information about the district and a link to the job description and application. Please let me know if you'd like any additional information about the positions!
    Clover is an excellent school district in South Carolina that consistently ranks within the top 5 school districts in the state. We are part of the Charlotte, NC metropolitan area allowing our psychologists to live in Charlotte and make the easy commute out of the city to work. For the past ten years, the Clover area has been one of the highest-growth municipalities in the Charlotte area, meaning we are a great place for young people and families alike. We have excellent housing options ranging from single family homes, to brand new town homes and apartments. Fortunately, we have been able to add new positions consistently for the past several years. The district welcomes new grads and those with more experience. Our psych group embraces progressive thinking and new ideas! Our district is part of a larger conglomerate, York County. As a result, we get many of the benefits of operating as a smaller district (think-- iPad testing, Macbooks and iPads assigned to every employee, quick and direct access to district leaders for guidance, etc.). We provide mentorship opportunities to our new employees and work as a close-knit community of psychologists. District pay is very competitive for the Charlotte area! Please consider us in your job search.
    Type of position Full-time
    Job Description
    Contact person for job posting: Jennifer Dodds
    Phone Number (7048609306)

  • 25 May 2021 9:02 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Employer Name Greenville County Schools - Director of Psychological Services
    Description of the position: Under limited supervision, performs a variety of supervisory and administrative tasks in overseeing and monitoring the operation of psychological services for students in Greenville County Schools. The role of this position is to assist the Assistant Superintendent and Directors of Special Education in planning, developing, and implementing a comprehensive program for students that enhances educational programs, assesses the needs of students, establishes objectives and priorities, assigns responsibilities to staff, develops strategies to achieve stated objectives and evaluates programs.

    Reports to the Director of Related Services, Program Implementation and Support

    Type of position Full-time
    Job Description Director of School Psychological Services 5-21-2021.docx
    Contact person for job posting: Gaia Phillips
    Phone Number ((864) ) 452-0151

  • 04 May 2021 4:57 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Employer Name Breakwater Associates - Psychometrist Position
    Description of the position: Directed by Julie R. Wood, Ed.S., LPES and Meg W. Humphrey, Ed.S., LPES, NCSP, both Licensed Psychoeducational Specialists and Certified School Psychologists, Breakwater Associates is a multidisciplinary private practice serving the greater Charleston area providing cognitive and academic; speech and language; and social/emotional/behavioral evaluation, intervention, and therapy.  Breakwater strives to maintain a good working environment for their employees.  We have a laid back and friendly environment while also understanding the importance of work-life balance.

    Preferred applicants will have a Master’s degree and prior training in School Psychology.  We will also consider applicants who are currently enrolled in graduate studies in School Psychology, who also have training in scoring psychometric instruments.  Applicants who do not meet this minimum requirement will not be considered for the position.

    We are looking for a dependable and detailed oriented person to score assessments in an efficient manner.  The employee will benefit from training in instruments in which the student may not have not yet been trained to use or score. Students will be exposed to neuropsychological-based instruments and therefore gain valuable experience that can be cited on a resume. Additionally, the employee will potentially receive a recommendation from a private practitioner for future job endeavors, including internships. The employee will assist with the non-interpretive and background sections of a report; therefore, strong report writing skills are desired.

    The position will require around 12 hours a week (give or take). However, the time and days at which these hours are completed are flexible depending on the student’s schedule.Breakwater is very understanding of the importance of prior school obligations and allows students to work around practicum, class, and other unique circumstances (i.e. exams, holidays, etc.). The hours and flexibility of the position could allow a student to work with us as a second part time job. Second year students or a student who has started to learn and gain experience with testing instruments are preferred candidates.
    Type of position Part-time
    Job Description
    Contact person for job posting: Heather Richmond
    Phone Number (843-388-4048)

  • 25 Apr 2021 11:53 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Employer Name Greenwood District 50
    Description of the position: Are you currently looking for a school psychologist position for the 2021-2022 school year?  Consider applying for a position with us here in Greenwood School District 50!  We currently have an opening for a full-time position but welcome the opportunity to interview those interested in internships or part-time work.  

    Greenwood 50 serves approximately 9,000 students, which provides our team of 9 school psychologists with reasonable caseloads of only 1-2 schools.  School psychologists are tasked with traditional assessment and consultation responsibilities, but are also provided with opportunities for systems-level participation and individual leadership based on interests and skill sets.

    School psychologists have designated offices within their school sites, with access to district meeting/office space and resources at the Special Services building (conveniently relocated next to Grace Street Park).  Working hours are flexible, but are typically from 8:00-4:30 with an hour lunch break, on a 205 day contract.  

    This school year we will transition to a balanced modified calendar, which means school starts in July.  However, we are afforded the typical school holiday breaks as well as a two week intercession in September/October and March/April.  

    Opportunities for professional development are available and encouraged.  Mentoring is available for interns, early career psychologists, and those needing supervision for LPES certification.  In addition, our team of psychologists meets regularly to provide professional support and guidance to one another, as well as fellowship.  

    Interested applicants can learn more about the position on the district’s webpage.  If you would like to schedule an interview, please reach out to the lead psychologist, Ginny Gast, at
    Type of position Full-time
    Job Description School Psychologist - Position Description - Updated 2020.pdf
    Contact person for job posting: Ginny Gast

  • 08 Feb 2021 10:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    LR5 is currently seeking interns for the 2021-2022 school year. 

     Under the direction of Director of Special Education and supervision of lead school psychologist,  provides a wide range of services to promote mental health, emotional/behavioral functioning, and academic progress for all students, with and without disabilities; conduct evaluations and re-evaluations for IDEA and 504 purposes; coordinate and consult with teachers, placement chairs, 504 chairs, SAT chairs, and RtI teams to design interventions, collect data, develop evaluation plans, and create educational plans; perform related professional and administrative duties as required.  

    For more information, Please contact Dr. Gail Elmore at 803-476-8031

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